Conveniently located in the heart of the valley in beautiful, downtown Edinburg, VA, this tastefully restored 1850 Victorian home has four guest rooms each with private bath, king bed, wifi, indoor and outdoor dining areas, library, media room, parlor, and off street parking for guests. Midway between Winchester and Harrisonburg, VA and within 1 mile of Interstate 81, the Edinburg Renaissance B & B gives its guests the opportunity to walk to local retail shops and eateries or travel by car to visit nearby attractions such as caverns, Civil War battlefields, Skyline Drive, wineries, antique and specialty shops, art galleries, and fine restaurants. Evenings can be spent enjoying the sunset from the large front porch or relaxing in the garden to read, meditate or count the fish in the koi pond.
The Hockman House is situated on 4½ acres nestled in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley on the north fork of the Shenandoah River. This lovely old Italianate house was built in 1868 by Dr. Christian Hockman (Dentist), and is a designated Virginia Historic Landmark. Surrounded by fantastic mountains, gardens, and woods, every room has at least 2 views! There is also a front porch for relaxing and watching the sunsets and two large decks for viewing the river and the beautiful Edinburg Gap.
Occupying, arguably, the Shenandoah Valley’s most spectacular location, overlooking the historic Meems Bottom Covered Bridge and the North Fork of the Shenandoah River, this local landmark invites guests to step back in time and experience life as it might have been in a more romantic and gracious era. Come and enjoy this beautifully restored 1892 Victorian gem for a weekend or a week.
Put aside rush hour traffic and the banality of television and revel in the serenity of English gardens, a rocking chair on Strathmore’s wraparound porch, or a leisurely walk over four acres of landscaped grounds for a bird’s eye view of the covered bridge. Located on the banks of the Shenandoah River adjacent to the Meems Bottom Covered Bridge (one of only a few covered bridges remaining in Virginia), Strathmore House is approached via a long tree-lined avenue leading to the covered bridge.
Nestled up on 7 rural acres that offers a birds-eye view of the Shenandoah River - just 50 yards away. Many splendors of the Shenandoah Valley, George Washington - Jefferson National Forest, the Massanutten Mountains are within minutes of this serene hideaway. Our in ground pool combined with nearby horseback riding, golf, skiing, hiking, fishing, caverns, canoeing, "Hot Air Ballooning," Civil War Battlefields and Museums, Meems Bottom Covered Bridge and wineries give you all the amenities of a "Four Seasons Bed and Breakfast."
The Apple Blossom Inn is ideal for an intimate getaway for two, or the perfect place for three or four friends traveling together. We never accept more than one booking at a time, so you have the entire, eight-room historic inn to yourself! As privacy is guaranteed, guests relax quickly and feel at home in no time! Some of our guests simply enjoy a relaxed stay in a small, southern town. Others take pleasure in hiking in the Shenandoah National Park, or visiting the nearby presidential homes of Monticello and Montpelier. For the wine connoisseur, eleven vineyards are within a hour’s drive of the Apple Blossom Inn. For the Civil War Historian, Within driving distance of Apple Blossom Inn are the battlefields at New Market, Cedar Creek, Cross Keys, Port Republic, and further a field, Harper’s Ferry and Antietam.
Mount Pleasant is a 106-acre working farm with a Bed and Breakfast that has rooms furnished with period antiques. Breakfast is prepared fresh with local products. Gusts often feel like they've stepped back in time. Conveniently located near the I-81 and I-66 Interchange.
The Candlewick Inn, LLC is a beautifully restored Pre-Civil War home, fully restored right down to the antique furnishings, that sits amidst the historical riches of picturesque Shenandoah County. You can step back in time to a quaint setting of "Alpine" beauty in the historic town of Woodstock.
Our historic 1740 Shenandoah Valley bed and breakfast is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the beauty and history of the Valley. Once a haven against Indian attacks on the Virginia frontier and later Stonewall Jackson’s headquarters during the Valley Campaign of 1862, our Shenandoah Valley inn now welcomes travelers looking for comfortable lodging and friendly hospitality.
The A. C. Stickley House Bed and Breakfast offers a warm, tranquil and inviting environment. Located in Strasburg, Virginia, the uppermost town in Shenandoah County, the house is situated on a large landscaped, shaded lot in the town's historic district. The swing and rockers on the wrap around veranda are perfect for relaxing and enjoying the lovely mountain view. Our guests can also relax in our parlor where they can engage in quiet conversation, read, or play a variety of board games.
Surviving the Battle of New Market and raided by Custer in 1864, the Shenandoah River Swartz family home and the cobbler shop, where Confederate boots were made and wounded soldiers found refuge, has been converted into a secluded getaway for today's traveler. Centrally located, the two bedroom, two bath self-contained cottage is an idea hub from which to experience all of the Shenandoah Valley's historic treasurers and natural wonders. Full breakfast provided.
Conveniently located 1.5 miles from I-81 in a country setting between cornfields and cow pastures with views of both the Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains. The Feathered Nest is newly built with four guest units all with king beds, private baths, refrigerators, microwaves, and WIFI. The screened-in porch leads to a large fenced yard and extensive bird feeding area. Indoors, guests are drawn to the 50 year collection of military miniatures, and the collector who loves to talk history of the Valley and beyond. The B & B is a nature lover's delight with much original bird and wildlife art work.